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well, hello. i love that. >> you are watching "fox & friends first" on this wednesday morning. i am harris falkner if nor heather childers. >> so glad you are here with us, harris. >> new roenlment number the are in. they fall short of 7 million by the end of march. the white house is doing a little bit of backtracking now. elizabeth prann is live to explain. good morning elizabeth. >> good morning harris and ain'tly. during a push to get as many folks to sign up as possible by the end of march the president is touting 4 million americans signed up for coverage. >> we now have 4 million americans who have signed up for quality private health insurance through the marketplace 4
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million people have already saned up because of you. 4 million. 4 million. 4 million. >> kathleen sebelius has given contradictory statements about the goal of the program. >> i think success looks like at least 7 million people having signed up by the end of march 2014. >> she backtracked on that 7 million during a more recent program. >> 7 million was not the administration that was a cbo congressional budget office prediction when the bill was first signed. i am not sure where they got their numbers. >> sebelius got the numbers on biden when she said last week we may not get to 7 million we are going to get to 5 or 6. another indication the white
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house may not be on the same page. they will not provide any goals even if pressed by the media repeatedly. thank you so much. that brings us to "look who is talking." charles krauthammer says keep the numbers street especially kathleen sebelius. >> it tells how when it needs it they produce the numbers so it can cover another story. when she said where did you get the 7 million of course she was the one who said it among others. say the truth it is easier to memorize. >> they keep changing stories on this. they can't remember what the last story was.
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it isn't even a real numb because this is not a person who was enrolled. they are not enrolled. amazon doesn't count as a sale stuff that's in the cart it has to be something that is actually paid for and they have no idea who paid and who hasn't because the back end of the web site isn't working. >> while you were sleeping an american airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing. a passenger on board had a medical emergency of some kind. we don't know what kind. it happened in mid air. the plane took off from jfk bound for los angeles. it was diverted to phoenix. no word on the man's continue either. >> it is sentencing day for a man convicted of murdering lee rigby. remember this, michathey were f
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guilty of brutally stabbing rigby on the street in london. they said they were being lawye warriors for islam. >> joaquin guzman is staying in mexico to face charges at least for now. >> the mexican government will analyze but they don't expect resolution due to widespread corruption in the court system. many drug traffickers are turned over for extradition. in many cases it is dragged on for years. >> they are slapping them with a 500,000 dollar fine for failing to help out families. the deadly crash happened at san francisco airport last summer. officials say that korean airline didn't contact the family of several passengers until five days after that disaster. three of the 291 people on board
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died many more were hurt when that plane clipped the sea wall and tumbled down the runway. general motors waited years to tell people about the faulty ignition switch in the chevy cobalt and saturn ion contact, chevrolet suv's and pontiac solstice and saturn sportscars. the ignition switch can be jarred into the off position if your keys are on a heavy ring and swing in the wrong direction. it was recently revealed gm knew about the ignition problem and has known since 120sh2004.
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>> slow and slippery conditions for the morning commute. we go back in the freezer tracking the weather. >> the city of minneapolis has seen 45 days so far this season of sub zero temperatures and guess what? we have more arctic air in canada for days to come. as we head out the door in minneapolis it feels like 26 degrees below zero 13 in chicago cold as well in portions of the plains and northeast. cleveland it feels like 0 degrees early this morning. we have winter weather advisories not because of additional snowfall but because it will be producing blowing and drifting snow and further east across the mid atlantic washington, d.c., philadelphia, new york city you could be looking at light snow early this morning. a light dusting of snow out
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here. it's not expected to be a big winter storm. that said watch out for a slippery commute. heavy rain at times out there. out west california rough conditions have been in place. storm system will be arriving bringing in much needed rainfall. president obama orders the pentagon to make a plan for pulling all troops out of afghanistan. this after a rare phone call from hamid karzai. the president said he is open to signing an agreement with the african president after the april election. after huge defense cuts a budget office reports increases in other areas of domestic spending might be to blame. social security, medicare and medicaid is projected to rise
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$85 billion. but why should the military suffer? we sat down with sean hannity to discuss the cuts. >> it is not a military stroot teeingic bus el. it cuts muscle to reserve fat. it punishes the troops to reward defense contractors who finished when the taxpayers jumped. i am getting a little tired of hearing that inaccurate comment about coming back to preworld war ii levels in 1940. it is actually worse than that. >> he fears this could lead to an army that is unready and incapable of fighting a major war. >> 28 people died in connection with the 9-11 disability scandal that involves new york police officers firefighters and jail guards. the attorney's office says the accused ripped the social security disability system off
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by faking psychological disorders for links to the exposure of the 9-11 terror attacks. will we finally get answers on the irs targeting of tea party groups. a person at the center of the scandal is being called to capitol hill. lois lerner gave a statement that invoked the 5th amendment at a hearing. lawmakers say they won't cut it and expect more when the irs hearing reconvenes in a week. >> where are the biggest wine drinkers in the world? vatican city. that's according to a report at the wine institute. people are drinking 105 bottles a year double the amount of the person in france or italy. 8 times more than that of the u.s.
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vatican city. maybe that's why they are so happy. they are sri cheerful there. someone is smiling in the corner there. a shift for one top airline as they become the first major carrier to change the frequent flyer program. here with what that means is the smiling lauren simonetti. >> i am smiling. after frequent flyers hear this story they might not be smiling. delta says what they are doing is becoming the first major airline to have passengers earn miles based on the fair that they pay rather than the distance that they fly. starting right now sky mile members who book a trip after it is effected. if you buy a cheap seat you earn fewer miles than someone who books in business and first class. the question is who is next? what other airlines will follow? consumer reports have the topic for best overall car.
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it pradzs innovation and 225 mile driving range. it shot down reports of battery issues that cause fires like these. how can we forget. the magazine also giving top honors to the honda accord and odyssey. the 328 i sports sedan and the ram 1500 for best pickup. before the ram the best chrysler built topic was the cheap grand cherokee back in 1958. mickey goes mobile. they have a digital app called disney movies anywhere where you can buy them on-line and watch them anywhere with computers and apple devices. >> i love that for a road trip. >> you have little ones. >> they are 4 and 7. i can keep them nice and busy.
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>> the time now is 5:11 and 47 seconds in case we are counting and we are. the obama administration thinks women have been waiting to thhe this news. >> you are strapped in that job. if you leave you will lose your health insurance. now you can make an independent choice. >> the vice president thinks we know what we want and he thinks he knows what it is, too. is it really what all women want, though? >> he's a good student all because he borrowed his father's car to get to class.'s not caused by a heart valve problem. dad, it says your afib puts you at 5 times greater risk of a stroke. that's why i take my warfarin every day. but it looks like maybe we should ask your doctor about pradaxa. in a clinical trial, pradaxa® (dabigatran etexilate mesylate)... ...was proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke. and unlike warfarin, with no regular blood tests
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or dietary restrictions. hey thanks for calling my doctor. sure. pradaxa is not for people with artificial heart valves. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke. ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before surgery or a medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, sometimes fatal, bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleeding or have had a heart valve replaced. seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have a bleeding condition or stomach ulcer, take aspirin, nsaids, or blood thinners... ...or if you have kidney problems, especially if you take certain medicines. tell your doctors about all medicines you take. pradaxa side effects include indigestion, stomach pain, upset, or burning. if you or someone you love has afib not caused by a heart valve problem... ...ask your doctor about reducing the risk of stroke with pradaxa.
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and a hotel is the perfect place to talk to you about hotels. all-you-can-eat is a hotel policy that allows you to eat all that you can. the hotel gym is short for gymnasium. the hotel pool is usually filled with water. and the best dot com for booking hotels, is it's on the internet, but you probably knew that. or maybe not, i don't really know you. bellman: welcome back, captain obvious. captain obvious: yes i am. all those words are spelled correctly.
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>> gunmen are targeting christians. 70 were rounded up and shot execution style. their bodies found on a beach. the gunmen barged into a building where they lived going door to door asking people if they were christians or muslims.
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no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. >> with one of the boxing matches riged by the mob? >> i am the greatest. i am the king of the world. i am a bad man. >> 50 years after that fight a new report by the washington times says the fbi suspected the 1964 fight between mohammad ali and sonny liston waudz fixed. he retired after six rounds because of a shoulder injury. top secret papers says he made more than a million dollars betting against liston in the fight. they report ali was not in on it. >> joe biden appearing on obamacare said the plan is good for women because they won't have to work any longer. >> those comments are sparking a
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firestorm of controversy. >> good morning to you. vice president joe biden says he is prejudice. he believes the affordable care act is a great program. he tried to persuade people especially women on obamacare. he sparked controversy. the question about the budget office finding the program will cause 2 million people to lose their jobs to that mr. biden says it's a good report and explains why did. >> how many of you are single women with children with a dead end job you are there because of your health insurance. you would rather have the opportunity to spend the next couple years with your child. you canwant to stay in that job even though you can get health insurance absent that job. it gives women a great deal more freedom. >> he was trying to defend
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obamacare. it caused people to respond like this, did everyone else just hear vice president biden on the view? please stop saying how great it is for women to lose their due to obamacare. then carrie writes watching joe biden try to explain obamacare is painful. joe biden, really? sounds like you are encouraging more people to go on welfare. >> some people believe obamacare is a job killer according to the ceo. administration is pushing more people to sign up before the deadline. >> that brings us to "brew on this." >> what do you think about the vice president telling women you don't have to work any more? we want to know what you think. >> find it on facebook, twitter or e-mail.
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we will share those comments later in the show. >> i am live tweeting right now. >> 5:18 and 53 seconds that's the time right now. speaking of obamacare it's not the only thing that cost more money. the regulation for restaurants that doesn't add up. >> more trouble for the beibs. this time involving pop rads zi a pop rads zi and a missing camera. @w@wowowpg÷÷owúç÷gçng.
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>> he may not be able to attend graduation after school administrators found his
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father's knife inside his car. he is an avid fisherman and left that knife in his car before his son borrowed the car to drive to school. the car was randomly chosen for a safety search. >> i was like this isn't my knife it's my dad's. i didn't know it was in there. >> i am not sending this kid to alternative schools. he doesn't deserve that. he did nothing wrong. >> while the school has a zero tolerancy he will have to go to the alternative school for 90-days. later this morning live on "fox & friends." >> hon ski is the best policy he was punished for telling the truth. he confused a beer can for a soda pan and packed it in the lunch. when he realized he gave it to his teacher. the principal sent him to a alternative school for a month.
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they are serving up headaches for restaurant owners across the nation. it is forcing change for nutritional education for all of the foods. what if the men rue offers millions of choices? that would be a long list of ingredients. we look at the impact. >> dominos offers 34 million combinations of pizza. that's a real number. we did the algorithm on it. >> real number real problem for pizza places with restaurants at 24 locations. a regulation will require callie counts displayed along every item. it could cost them a lot of dough. >> redo the menu every time something changes could cost them several thousand dollars a year in profits. >> 90 percent of domino
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customers never set fo in a store. dominos post nutritional information on their web site. group of law americas including supporters of the affordable care act are pressuring the fda to use common sense and let some businesses follow domino's lead. >> if you survived most of yo-- derived most of the profits with takeout put it on-line and let's figure out a different way to put it on the board. >> they have not delivered any specifics about when the regulation will take effect. they hope to announce the effective dates by the end of 2014. >> only about a quarter of people adjust their order based on calorie count. interesting. we eat what we want. a california couple spotted
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something shiny p on the ground. they foujd thousands of rare cold coins the value $10 million a total shock for a rare coin expert. >> how many are there they look and whispered a little bit. big smile said, well we found about 1400. my jaw dropped i have never seen anything like it in my life. i will never see anything like it again. >> the husband and wife want to stay anonymous they don't want their names out there because they have so much money now are planning to sell most of the coins. >> good for them. >> especially in that case. 5:26 and 34 seconds. i don't have to read the seconds but i like to. looking for a golden opportunity where a physician opened up.
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>> a group of girl scouts sold 5,000 dollars with the girl scout cookies. nothing sweet about what happened to the profits. >> they were at the hospital ready to welcome their new baby into the world when they were told this. >> the doctor is busy with a c section. you have to hold it? it's a baby. it's a baby, people. >> what this dad had to do all by himself.
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>> ognally the obama administration defined success like this. >> i think success looks like at least 7 million people having signed up by the end of march. >> that was one number. now the president has a different number. it's a few million short. so which one is right? >> turns out the customer isn't always right. the companies you want to avoid the next time you go shopping. >> look at this. >> when an impact explodes windows right out of a school bus. we will show you what led to this. will "fox & friends first" starts right now.
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♪ >> that's 5th avenue in front of our building a block from time's square. it is wednesday middle of the week february 26th. welcome to "fox & friends first". >> i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am harris falkner in for heather childers. the numbers are in and they fall short of the deadline in march. >> they are doing a little bit of backtracking. doug luzader is live in washington. >> this has been a critical question from the get go how many people do you need in order to make the system self sustaining. they said they hit the 4 million
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mark. >> we now have 4 million americans who have signed up for quality private health insurance 4 million americans already signed up because of you. 4 million. 4 million. 4 million. >> 4 million. even that number could be wildly inflated because no one is covered until they pay their premium. we have no idea how many have actually done that. kathleen sib beal why yous is ta -- sebelius is taking issue with 7 million people need to sign up to make it viable. >> that was a ceo congressional budget office prediction when the bill was first signed i am not sure where they got their numbers. who was throwing around the 7 million figure? turns out it was kathleen sib
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beal why yous. >> i think success looks like 7 million people being signed up by march 2014. >> the reason why this is so critical the number of people signing up if the pool isn't big enough it can't be sustainable and could lead to a bailout of insurance industry. >> doug luzader live in washington. >> look who is talking. fox news policy editor is talking. regardless of the obamacare enrollment numbers the buck stops with kathleen sebelius. >> she is the marked woman inside the administration when the time comes to take the fall it is going to be her. everybody knows it. at this point she is grasping at straws. whatever number they come out with a month from now and they say it was 4 million, 5 million, 6 million, whatever they will declare it a great victory because they believe as long as
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that bailout train rolls with the insurance industry it will be okay and they are going to call it a victory. guess what? the newscast the president thinks, the newscast the president thinks people will be watching will agree with him and it is a success. >> overnight an american airlines flight forced to make an emergency landing after a passenger suffers a medical emergency in the middle of the air. the plane took off from new york's jfk airport pound for los angeles but had to be diverted to phoenix. no word on the nature of the medical emergency or the man's condition this morning. robert kennedy's daughter stands today in the drunk driving trial. she was arrested in 2012 after a car hit a truck on a highway. she took a generic ambian. >> it is sentencing day for the
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murder of lee rigby. muslim converts were found guilty in if december . they were being warriors for islam they say. aaron hernandez used to bowl over linebackers in the now he' inmates in jail. the former new england patriots beat up another prisoner who has been harassing him. hernandez is usually separated from the rest of the prison population due to his fame. he pleaded not guilty to murdering his friend owe den lloyd. >> an extreme weather alert to tell you about this morning parts of our country facing snow and slippery conditions for the morning commute. >> the big concern is sub zero temperature waves moving in our way. maria molina has that.
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>> across the northern plains is where we have the colder temperatures associated with the next plunge. take a look these are actual temperatures not windchills below zero for so many of you across the dakotas, minneapolis. 10 degrees below zero. gusts 50 miles per hour and it will feel much colder than the the therm m thermometer reads. parts of texas and southeast atlanta and raleigh you will not make it out of the 40's. temperatures well below average down to the south. we have a quick moving clipper system it is expected to reach low conditions be careful out there 1-2 inches expected. heavy rain with storms west of the gulf coast. that rain already moving through
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it will be a slow morning commute for so many of you out there. the drought conditions in california but we have a series of storm systems that will be arriving with much needed rainfall. >> casey anthony threatened to walk out of a recent deposition. in a drama filled deposition anthony admitted she made up the story about dropping her daughter off at the nanny. they denied it was a code word for xanax. she denied giving any drugs to her baby. she was acquitted of the death of that 2-year-old girl. >> more trouble for justin bieb
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bieber. >> loving this pop star or working for him isn't paying off. beeb aers body guard and driver were arrested near atlanta for allegedly stealing a photographer's camera. the biebs not involved. the body guard was also arrested in december for attacking a police officer at an event. >> the girl scout cookies sold were robbed. that money they made stolen from the leader's house during a break in. >> we wanted to go to boston and we wanted to trying to horse back riding. >> they worked so hard for it. sorry. >> the thief also making off with three cases of the girl scout cookies. there has been a string of recent break ins in that area.
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>> if you are in the job market we have a golden opportunity for you. they are looking for a gatekeeper for the new york under ground. they hold a quarter of the world's entire amount of gold worth half a trillion dollars. opening the vault and giving tours to vip executives. you have to be able to lift 50,000 pounds of gold a time and car -- 50 pounds of gold at a time and carry it to ainsley's car. you are trapped in that job because if you leave you lose your health insurance. now you would be able to make an independent choice. >> is this really what all women want? >> every parent thinks their little one is perfect. now you can ensure the baby actually is. the new fertility treatment some
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>> a new report is revealing federal healthcare programs like obamacare cost more than projected. costs for veterans increased 400 percent over the last 50 years. we are going to almost double the number of people on medicaid. if the affordable care act was implemented knowing medicaid is
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a substandard position it promises access. that is the kind of healthcare we are going into. the cost for it is going to be far higher than what we say it is going to cost. >> it will increase spending by $4 million. >> did the white house rush to get obamacare on-line put millions of americans at risk for identity theft. >> they are tapping into computers were vulnerable to cyber attacks. the reason ramping up to the october 1st deadline. the documents offer an outdated snapshot to an improving i gos situation. >> satisfaction guaranteed? that's not the case with many of our retailers. >> good morning.
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>> good morning harris and ainsley. we have all been frustrated with customer service at one time or another. satisfaction is at an all time hi it is shocking the company which received the lowest are among the biggest retailers in this country. according to this american customer satisfaction index traditional brick and mortar stores scored higher than the internet which ratings fell sharply. wall green companies drug store chains 65 billion in sales and was one of the few of the brick and mortars that did not improve its score year after year. cvs under performed in the drug store industry. second worse yet another chain this is rite aid which is the worst among u.s. drug store chains last year. the survey found customers were more satisfied shopping at smaller drug stores than the
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giant. ranking worst of all in customer satisfaction the world's largest retailer, wal-mart. not only did they score poorly at discount stores were the lowest on the grocery store chain. still with the $328 billion in sales in 2012 wal-mart continues to be a darling of wall street. ainsley and harrison back to you. good to see you. 47 minutes after the top of the hour. a teenager locked up for 35 days the major mistake that sent one of these kids to the slammer by mistake. plus this... >> the doctor is busy with a c section. you have to hold it. >> really, a woman giving birth told to hold it. the delivery room debacle that ended up with dad doing what he had to do. go dad. delivering his own daughter, right? >> time to check in with brian
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kilmeade. he is reading not listening to our show. >> i am listening i am studying here and trying to play along first i should say. let me tell you what's coming up on ow show in 13 minutes when they get rest. we are looking at identity theft. triggering tax fraud. if you are at risk we have tips that keep yourself safe in general. the shocking allegation that will have you outraged and wanting you to take a shower. then are you normal or nuts? only keith ablow knowings and he promises to tell you put something on.
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>> so you are in in labor someone you love is about to give birth when someone runs out of the room to perform an emergency c section on a different patient. a florida man says that's what happened to him and his wife. you have to wait, hold it. the doctor is busy with a c section. that takes priority over you. how can you say something like that when you are giving birth to a child. >> hold it. yes dad had to deliver the baby all by himself. the hospital says a nurse was in the room at the time. mom and baby are doing fine thankfully. >> should doctors be allowed to mess with genetics? that's the question the fda is holding hearings on the controversial procedure. genetic diseases are not passed on to your child. critics say it paves the way for people to pick and choose their
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baby's trait. health add kaltvocates with a v. >> he is already six feet tall. actually 6 foot 4 and he weighs 204 pounds with a cannon for an arm we are told. how does this middle schooler decide on lsu? >> they have been the number one school since day one if given the opportunity to commit to a school they love i am not going to stop them from ax accepting that and making a commitment to a place like that.
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that's a dream for him. >> he p can't sign an official letter of indent until 2018. his uncle is ty detmer a former heisman trophy winner. i bet he is going to be great. >> ben and jerry is releasing four new flavors all with a gooey core at the center. the new flavors bee nut butter fudge. salt and caramel, haze and confused, and that's my jam, it has a raspberry jam center. they all sound delicious. >> theme song, that's my jam. the time is 21 seconds. blasts reigning down as windows are blown from a school bus. we will show you what led to this. >> our vice president is at it again. this time saying women don't have to work. your comments are pouring in. wur going to share them.
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it is now 57 after the hour. before you leave the house here's what's happening today. it's sentencing day for two men convicted of brutally murdering a british soldier. the two men are facing life in prison. general motors expanding a recall involving faulty ignition switches to 842,000 cars. general motors has known about the problem since 2004. and the story you'll be talking about today, a couple finding eight metal cans buried in their backyard packed with rare gold coins. the value? $10 million. >> time to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good, an unexpected playmate for a little boy with as burgers syndrome. a virginia mom reporting this as a sea lion follows her seven-year-old's son every move. a florida man spends time
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in jail for a play he did not commit. that officer is facing a suspension. finally the ugly. we're bleeping ugly. cameras on a school bus. no one was hurt. >> type foury responses. we told you about vice president's responses on the view yesterday saying obama's policy gives women more freedom so they don't have to work. >> we asked your views. on twitter dennis says -- on facebook i should say. i think it means biden and the dems prefers women to stay home cooking and taking care of kids.
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>> judy says women, biden says are easier to persuade. not so. to say it is better for people to be on welfare tan to work is a disgrace. thanks to everyone who responded. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> good morning. it's wednesday, february 26. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the white house says four million americans are now enrolled in obamacare. so what happened to their goal of seven million? >> first of all, seven million was not the administration. that is a c.b.o., congressional budget office prediction. >> well, that's not what she said the last time. we have the videotape to prove it. >> the spin doesn't stop there. obamacare slashed two million jobs which joe biden says that's good for women? >> how many of you are single women with children in a

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